I'm planning on buying a travel steamer before the end of the calendar year. Do you have any plans to release (even a tentative plan) a travel steamer that can be used with Canadian outlets? I'll wait until the bitter end if there is a glimmer of hope that I can get a Cirrus Travel that'll work over here! Thanks.
As of now, I can't give you a date where we will start selling the Cirrus Travel Steamer in North America.
We do sell Cirrus No.2 (the updated version) is U.S variant, that will also work in Canada. Is that perhaps an option?
How do I use a steamer? I have never used a steamer before so I would appreciate getting some tips!
We have a steamer tutorial on how to steam in 5 steps. This tutorial is for both Cirrus and Cirrus No.2.
Please see our video below [1min 09 sec]
In the video you will learn the following:
- How to steam a shirt
- How to steam from the inside of the garment
- How to use the heat bag
- Steam sleeves and collars
- How to smooth out wrinkles on thicker fabrics and creating a pressed look
We're can I use the handsteamers?
If you buy our hand-steamer with EU-plug you can use it in all countries who have 220-240 voltage as standard. You might need an adaptor, so please double check what kind of socket is standard in your country.
Even if you have an adaptor, the EU-option will not work in, for example:
Hi! How can the water tank be filled for Cirrus No.2 or Travel Steamer? Is the included filling cup really necessary to keep for Travel Steamer? I am wondering which one to buy. Thanks in advance! BR, Laura
Well, the filling cups makes it a little bit easier to refill the tank for Cirrus Travel Steamer. I wouldn't call it necessary, it just makes it a little easier not to spill. But you'll do fine without it as well.